The Claremont Colleges Library

The Claremont Colleges Library (aka the Honnold/Mudd Library) serves all 7 of The Claremont Colleges.

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As you use our spaces this finals season to , write and collaborate with your classmates, please be sure to after yourself.

This includes…
🪑 Resetting furniture
🗑️ Throwing away garbage
💦 Cleaning off whiteboards
🖥️ Turning off tech

for helping us ensure that all students can comfortably use our spaces!

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: Gabrieleño and Tongva Elder Barbara Drake played a key role in cultural revitalization by sharing her gift of knowledge and cultural heritage throughout her life as an ambassador, researcher and educator. By “gifting” you with this sampling of recipes from her collection (7clib.cc/BDrake), we hope you will, likewise, share these recipes with loved ones during this holiday season.

12/01/2023

Digital exhibits are a great way to present information and shed light on materials in an interesting way. Join us on December 5th at 12 p.m. for a workshop to learn about the platforms that serve as the base for building engaging exhibits. Learn more: 7clib.cc/DigitalExhibits

11/30/2023

Our next is December 4th at 4 p.m. in the Digital Scholarship Collaboratory (Mudd 2)! Members of the student team developing the Southern California Climate Atlas for the Robert Redford Conservancy at Pitzer College will be walking us through their work creating a -based public database for , , and planning!

Please note: This had previously been scheduled in November but had to be moved, so we hope that all can attend on this new date!

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: In addition to giving this week, we also recognize and honor the customs, traditions and history of the peoples whose ancestral lands is where resides. Check out these books to learn more about the traditional land caretakers of Tovaangar (the Gabieleno-Tongva world) and of Torojoatngna ( ), who have been indigenous to the area for 7,000 years. 🌄 7clib.cc/m/LearnMore

11/17/2023

Need access to demographic for your research? Finding the download options from the US Census and other government sites confusing?

Then don't miss the November 20th workshop at 4 p.m. where you'll learn how to use tools that allow you to easily incorporate data from around the world into using preferred geographic areas. Learn more and register: 7clib.cc/47WsgtZ

11/17/2023

Attention all undergrads! Join us for an online information session tomorrow, November 17th, at 2 p.m. to learn how you can turn your existing body of academic work into a PRIZE-WINNING Library Undergraduate Research Award submission. Visit 7clib.cc/LURA2024InfoSession for more details!

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: These colorful posters from the Like the Waters We Rise box set amplify the voices and diverse struggles of Native Americans ranging from homelessness to climate justice to immigration rights and sovereignty over the land. Driven by “a multitude of visions for a better world,” each serves as a call to action.

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Seattle-based restaurant Archipelago is dedicated to telling the story of contributions to the Pacific Northwest through . Join us , November 14th at 4:15 p.m. in the Founders Room to learn more from Aaron Verzosa. He will also walk us through one of his dinners dish by dish, ingredient by ingredient – yum! 🍛 7clib.cc/AAFoodLecture3

11/10/2023

The November 17th information session will provide undergrads with insights into crafting a successful Library Undergraduate Research Award submission, which could result in recognition and a CASH prize! Visit 7clib.cc/LURA2024InfoSession for more details!

11/08/2023

Notable Aaron Verzosa is one of a small group of west coast chefs who are renowned for creating a distinctive Asian-American . Aaron, who was also a James Beard finalist for best chef, will be speaking about the creation of Archipelago's interactive experience and unique Filipino-American on November 14th at 4:15 p.m. in the Founders Room. : 7clib.cc/AAFoodLecture3 🍛

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: This beautiful artwork was produced by artists from the Pueblo and Plains American Indian cultures in the early 20th century and it serves as historical records of their lives during this time. You can learn more and explore additional pieces from this collection by visiting 7clib.cc/PaP.

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🍂 You better be-leaf it – it’s fall, which means during this season of gatherings, is celebrating with !

📸 These images tell the story of the Lowman family’s adventures during Hubert Lowman’s photographic assignments, which would take them to national parks, cityscapes, California missions and more. His wife, Martha, and their sons, Edward and Robert, often stood in as models to emphasize the scale of the captured landscapes. Martha joined Hubert as a Lowman Publishing business partner in the 1970s, and Edward and Robert later took over the business in the late 1990s and 2000s – extending this family and photographic decades-long legacy!

📲 You can check out these and other Lowman photos at our ongoing exhibit: 7clib.cc/LowmanExhibit

11/04/2023

💵 Interested in learning how you can turn your academic work into a CASH prize? Then join us for an online information session about the Library Undergraduate Research Award ( ) on November 17th at 2 p.m.!

🏆 Prize-winning submissions demonstrate exemplary research and scholarship and convey a clear and compelling vision of the research journey and insights gained along the way.

‍💻 By attending this session, you will learn more about the submission process, required submission elements and tips for a successful submission. More: 7clib.cc/LURA2024InfoSession

Creating a Restaurant & Cuisine 11/03/2023

Chef and owner of Archipelago, Aaron Verzosa, describes his restaurant as a “small minority, family, and woman-owned Filipino American Social Purpose Corporation.” Highlighting the Asian influence in his cooking, join us on November 14th at 4:15 p.m. in the Founder’s Room where Aaron will walk us through the creation of his restaurant and one of his delicious dinners – dish by dish, ingredient by ingredient! Learn more: 7clib.cc/AAFoodLecture3

Creating a Restaurant & Cuisine Join us for the final session of our three-part Fall 2023 Asian / Asian American Food Lecture Series – Creating a Restaurant & Cuisine. We will be joined by Aaron Verzosa, chef...

11/03/2023

: Due to unforeseen circumstances, this November 6th has been canceled. Please note, however, we will be trying to reschedule this workshop. for your patience and understanding.

Our next is November 6th at 4 p.m. in the Digital Scholarship Collaboratory (Mudd 2)! Members of the student team developing the Southern California Climate Atlas for the Robert Redford Conservancy at Pitzer College will be walking us through their work creating a -based public database for , , and planning!

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Happy ! 👻🎃🦇

Check out these costumes circa 1985 from the streets of and a party at the "trendiest club in ," Palace.

These images were captured by Elisa Leonelli. See more: 7clib.cc/HalloweenbyEL

10/30/2023

researchers! Thanks to a recent update, your work with in should be far less – cheers! 😉 Learn more: 7clib.cc/3sai1Tx

10/27/2023

: We are excited to reveal the winner of our event raffle prize – Ava Tiller from Pomona College! We hope you enjoy the extra study support materials and gift card!

Big to everyone who visited our booth back in September and we look forward to seeing you all around the !

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These recipe brochures and crate labels are from our Agricultural Ephemera Collection which features materials related to the local industry and its history. Learn more about this and our other -related collections by dropping by our booth at this Saturday’s (Oct 28) Los Angeles Archives Bazaar at USC Libraries from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. 🍋 7clib.cc/LAAB23

10/25/2023

: The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York offers a concentration in – ! 🍱 We invite you to learn about the immense influence of Japanese culture on American cuisine, art and more from Pomona College’s Dr. Samuel Yamash*ta at tomorrow’s (Oct 26 @ 4:15 p.m.) lecture: 7clib.cc/AAFoodLecture2

10/23/2023

Join us this week in championing the idea that access to should be free, open and available to all, which is recognized each year during . This year’s theme is “Community Over Commercialization”.

Learn more about ’s support of , the powerful and transformative properties it brings to global and more: 7clib.cc/45GXtzB

10/20/2023

🗺️ alert! On October 23 at 4 p.m. you can join our specialist Warren Roberts for a workshop on field survey methods using (aka ) and the image processing tools that turn drone flight images into useful sets. Learn more and register: 7clib.cc/3rZc2ka

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What do natural landscapes, California missions and theme parks all have in common? They were all beautifully captured by Hubert A. Lowman!

You can see an exhibition of Lowman’s work in our North Lobby and get a tour on Friday, October 20th at 4 p.m. – refreshments included!

We look forward to seeing you there! 🏞️7clib.cc/LowmanExhibitTour

10/19/2023

🚨 We invite you to join us in participating in the Great drill (Oct 19)!

✔️ The Library’s PA system will announce the start of the drill over its speakers at 10:19 a.m.
✔️ As earthquake noise is simulated over the next couple of minutes, please drop, cover and hold on as shown in this photo.
✔️ After the end of drill announcement, you may return to what you were previously doing.

This annual large-scale drill is organized to inspire all of us to get ready for big earthquakes, and to help prevent disasters from becoming catastrophes. Learn more: ShakeOut.org

10/19/2023

Explore the influence of Japanese culture on in the U.S. with increased use of Japanese ingredients, condiments, techniques and concepts. On October 26th, hear from Pomona College’s Dr. Samuel Yamash*ta on this culinary movement and its comparable significance with 19th and 20th century influence of Japanese architecture in Europe and the U.S. More: 7clib.cc/AAFoodLecture2

10/18/2023

, October 19, at 10:19 a.m. we will be participating in the world’s largest earthquake drill – the Great . Please keep an eye on our socials tomorrow morning for more information about the drill and what you can do while at the Library to take part. Learn more about ShakeOut at ShakeOut.org.

10/18/2023

Love ? Want to learn more about the of ? Then be sure to drop by the 18th annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar at USC Libraries and visit booth! 🍲 7clib.cc/LAAB23

10/17/2023

A README file serves as a crucial component of data documentation, but it can also be tricky to prepare and often becomes a sticking point in the process - but don't fret! Attend Wednesday's (Oct 18) Zoom workshop at 11 a.m. with Data Curator Bryan Gee who will provide guidance on the key elements of a well-crafted README file and how to structure it to enhance data usability. Learn more and register: 7clib.cc/48SRQRN

Claremont Discourse Presents: The “Japanese Turn” in the Art, Architecture & Cuisine of Europe and the United States 10/14/2023

Dr. Samuel Yamash*ta of Pomona College is a expert and is presently writing a history of Japanese food which explores Pacific Rim fusion cuisine as a transnational culinary phenomenon. Join us on October 26th at 4:15 p.m. in the Founders Room for a lecture and hear from Dr. Yamash*ta about Japanese food history and its oversized influence on western cuisine. Learn more: 7clib.cc/AAFoodLecture2

Claremont Discourse Presents: The “Japanese Turn” in the Art, Architecture & Cuisine of Europe and the United States Japanese cuisine has had an oversized influence on fine dining in the United States. Chefs cooking at celebrated American restaurants are now freely using Japanese ingredients,...

10/13/2023

Ever wondered what it’s like to create an ? Join staff on October 20th at 4 p.m. for a guided of Photographic Memory of the West: The Work of Hubert A. Lowman where you’ll gain insights into the themes of the exhibit and an look into the process. Learn more: 7clib.cc/LowmanExhibitTour

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again to Dr. Robert Ku for his lecture titled, “The Little Piggy Went Where?”

And many to the faculty, students and other attendees who joined us for this fascinating lecture!

Be sure to join us on October 26the for the next talk in our Asian/Asian American Food Lecture Series. Presented by , Pomona College’s Dr. Samuel Yamash*ta will discuss the “Japanese turn” in European and American cuisine! More: 7clib.cc/AAFoodLecture2

10/12/2023

: Join us TOMORROW (Oct 12 @ 4:15 p.m.) for the first of our Asian/Asian American Food Lecture Series. Dr. Robert Ku will be speaking about the controversial role of the pig in gastronomic crossroads. There will also be a Q&A session and light refreshments. Learn more: 7clib.cc/AAFoodLecture1

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Close out by exploring our collections! You can learn more by visiting 7clib.cc/LHM23 and can even make an appointment with our Special Collections team to examine and research various items in person.

10/09/2023

Don’t miss this year’s 18th annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar at USC Libraries, which will feature the rich history of . In all, more than 80 will be represented at this event. Be sure to stop by our booth to chat with our archivists and librarians, and to peruse the Library’s . 🍲 7clib.cc/LAAB23

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Have you ever wondered how much campus and surrounding areas have changed over the years?

Well then, in honor of this month’s theme which allows archives, libraries and museums to highlight their holdings relating to university and higher education – – we invite you to check out the Claremont Colleges Photo Archive via The Claremont Colleges Digital Library at 7clib.cc/CCDL-CCPhotoArch. See how far we’ve come with this digitized collection which features nearly 9,600 images historicizing, documenting and celebrating our consortium.

Guided Exhibit Tour for Photographic Memory of the West: The Work of Hubert A. Lowman 10/06/2023

📸 On October 20th at 4 p.m., we will be hosting an guided of the Photographic Memory of the West: The Work of Hubert A. Lowman . staff will pull back the curtain on the curation process and exhibit themes which include national parks 🏞️, cityscapes 🏙️, California mission tourism ⛪️ and so much more ✨: 7clib.cc/LowmanExhibitTour

Guided Exhibit Tour for Photographic Memory of the West: The Work of Hubert A. Lowman Join us for a guided exhibit tour led by Sean Stanley, Digital and Print Collections Archivist and Oscar Guerrero, Special Collections Public Services Student Assistant. The tour...

10/06/2023

"Has there been a more controversial food source in human history than Sus scrofa domesticus, aka the humble pig? In China, home is literally where the pig is… Among Jews and Muslims the world over, on the other hand, there is no animal that has been loathed as much as the 'filthy swine.'" Hear from Dr. Robert Ku about pork at the gastronomic crossroads of contemporary migration on October 12th. More: 7clib.cc/AAFoodLecture1

10/05/2023

Drop by the Library's Digital Scholarship Collaboratory on Monday (Oct 9) between 3 - 5 p.m. for consultation assistance – all levels welcome! Whether you need help with a class project, have questions about geospatial data or could use some inspiration from a GIS visualization demonstration, we are here for you! More: 7clib.cc/48DpScB

10/03/2023

: The Library established guidelines for how to address issues of racism, exclusion, and/or bias in used in various discovery tools. These guidelines are meant to ensure the metadata we use to describe our collections are as as possible. Learn more by visiting the Equitable Access section on this webpage: 7clib.cc/3BPTfcF

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